Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Middlesex

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  • Here are the details of maps for Burnt Oak (W):

  • Middlesex Sheet 11.01 Burnt Oak & Little Stanmore 1895 - published 1998; intro by Pamela Taylor. ISBN.978-0-85054-965-2

    This map covers the western half of Burnt Oak, including the stretch of the Edgware Road or Watling Street between Red Hill and Edgware Bridge; here we find Hendon Workhouse, Burntoak Farm and a few others buildings. This group is at the east side of the map, which extends westward to Honeypot Lane, north to St Lawrence's church and Whitchurch Lane. It is all very rural, but on the reverse we include a large extract from the 1935 Revision, showing the Burnt Oak area almost entirely built up. Features on this include the De Havilland Aircraft Works, Redhill County Hospital, while the Workhouse has become Redhill Institution; many streets have been laid out and built upon west of the Edgware Road. A fascinating contrast.

    The map links up with Middlesex Sheets 6.13 Edgware to the north and 11.02 Burnt Oak & Hendon Aerodrome to the east.


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